Investor’s Group Field
Investors Group Field is a football stadium in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The stadium, which opened in 2013, is located on the University of Manitoba campus next to University Stadium. Owned by Triple B Stadium Inc., a consortium of the City of Winnipeg, the Province of Manitoba, the Winnipeg Football Club, and the University of Manitoba, the stadium is home to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League, University of Manitoba Bisons football team, and the Winnipeg Rifles (CJFL). The stadium has a capacity of 33,500 (partially covered). The stadium contains a corrugated metal roof, restaurant, 52 suites, walk of fame and other amenities.
Shaw Park, the home of the Winnipeg Goldeyes, has received rave reviews as not only a great place to watch some American Association action, but also as the site of numerous functions, concerts and other sporting events. From the great food at the concessions to the great seats that overlook the field, this state-of-the-art ballpark provides all the amenities of a first-class facility. Located north of The Forks and just a fly ball from the renowned intersection of Portage and Main, Shaw Park is equally accessible to vehicles and pedestrians alike. Its central location means fans will be able to arrive for the opening pitch and get home after the final pitch with little or no difficulty.
Thermëa Nordik Spa
Enjoy a unique experience in the heart of nature! Adjacent to the Crescent Drive Golf course, Thermëa is a haven that features relaxation techniques from the Nordic countries. Take the time to unwind and reenergize in our Nordic baths and waterfalls, steam bath, Finnish sauna, and relaxation areas. Revitalize all of your senses with a massage or a body treatment and a delicious and healthy meal at our restaurant – you’ve earned it! Only 20 minutes from downtown Winnipeg.
The MTS Centre is an indoor sports arena and entertainment venue located at 300 Portage Avenue in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The arena is the home of the Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League and previously served as the home of the American Hockey League’s Manitoba Moose (now the St. John’s IceCaps) from 2004 to 2011. Beginning in the fall of 2015, it will serve as the home of Manitoba Moose again, as the Jets have announced they are relocating it to Winnipeg again and are once again taking up the Moose identity.
Welcome to The Forks, Winnipeg’s meeting place. Nestled in the heart of downtown, The Forks is one of Winnipeg’s most beloved places, at the junction of the Assiniboine and mighty Red rivers. We’ve been a meeting place for over 6,000 years. Framed by the banks of the two rivers, The Forks is Winnipeg’s number one tourist destination with more than four million visitors annually.Winter, spring, summer or fall, The Forks is a must for a stunning array of dining experiences, incomparable shopping, a constantly changing slate of entertainment and events, and many unique attractions that encompass the site’s natural, historic and man-made features.
An outdoor amusement park with over 20 rides and attractions – the place for fun in the summer! Our friendly youthful staff makes you feel welcome. Cool off with Water Wars, or take a relaxing half mile ride on the Train. Play some Games. Have a picnic or enjoy our wide variety of food and tasty treats.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is a national museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba, located adjacent to The Forks. The purpose of the museum is to “explore the subject of human rights with a special but not exclusive reference to Canada, in order to enhance the public’s understanding of human rights, to promote respect for others and to encourage reflection and dialogue.” It held its opening ceremonies on 19 September 2014.
Fun Mountain Waterslide Park
Manitoba’s largest and most diverse waterpark. This attraction is on the “must do” summer activities. From the moment you step past the entrance gate, you enter a paradise that even trolls, dragons and fairies can’t resist. Meet “Spike” the park’s resident troll and mascot or take in the free entertainment. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by all that this prairie jewel offers.
Winnipeg Art Gallery
The Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) is a public art gallery that was founded in 1912. It is Canada’s oldest civic gallery and the 6th largest in the country. The WAG is located in the heart of the city of Winnipeg, just two blocks from Manitoba’s Provincial Legislature and roughly the same distance from the University of Winnipeg. The WAG’s permanent collection includes almost 24,000 works, with a particular emphasis on Manitoban and Canadian art. The collection ranges from 4th century BCE Greek sculpture to 21st century videos, and includes the world’s largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art. Historical, contemporary, photographic, decorative art, and Inuit works are featured in a variety of exhibitions each year, with each of the ten gallery spaces changing approximately every three months.
Assiniboine Park Zoo
With over 200 species and more than 1,500 furry and feathered friends to visit, the zoo is a great place for exploration and family fun. Located minutes from downtown Winnipeg in beautiful Assiniboine Park Zoo provides visitors with the opportunity to interact with the animal species from all corners of the globe. With over 80 park-like acres to explore, the Zoo has been a favorite destination for families, tourists, school groups, and animal lovers for over a century.